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Larson Re-Elected to Washington State Bar Pro Bono and Public Service Committee

Nicholas Larson, Managing Partner for the firm’s Seattle office, was recently re-elected co-chair of the Washington State Bar Association’s (WSBA) Pro-Bono and Public Service Committee (PBPSC) for the third consecutive year. He contributed to the Bar Association’s monthly newsletter with an article highlighting some of the important work that PBPSC does as well as some of the recent projects they have handled. To learn more about PBPSC, how to get involved, and what projects they are focused on, read the Washington State Bar News article, PBPSC? What is that?.

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SEC and DOJ file first ever crypto insider trading cases: A sign of greater regulatory enforcement to come in this Crypto winter?

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14 Firm Lawyers Selected to the 2022 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

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